From 1916 France and England appeal to Chinese workers.
To overcome the lack of manpower.
Louis and Antoinette will immortalize them with their camera.
The Vignacourt 14-18 Interpretive Centre is in partnership with the Underground City of Naours.
Graffitis of soldiers from the First World War are engraved on the walls of the Naours caves. Through this wonderful discovery, we have identified one soldier from the Thuillier collection, who left the trace of its passage in Naours. It is no doubt that other soldiers will be identified. The research work continues ...
During your visit, ask for the Visitor Pass !
During your visit you can have a look to the biography of the soldier Allsop. Do not hesitate to ask to Lydie and Valérie.
The Official Opening of the Vignacourt 14-18 Interpretive Centre took place on the 3rd of July 2018 in the presence of the Minister for Veterans' Affairs, the Hon. Darren Chester, the Prefects cabinet director Mr Cyril Moreau, the Departmental Board President Mr Laurent Somon , the Community of communes Nièvre & Somme President Mr René Lognon and Mr Stéphane Ducrotoy Mayor of Vignacourt.